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. >>> college bowl business. cal will be facing texas tomorrow at 5:00 kickoff, and the holiday bowl. san diego. the 3 point three point under dogs to the long horns, lcal, they haven't -- well, cal, they haven't played in about a month. and now they're asked to wrap it up against mack brown and texas? >> coming out after a month, you're going to have to -- we may start out a little bit slow. you can't afford to do that against a team like texas, though, they're fast and physical and athletic. so we're going to have to hit the ground running. >> stanford is next week. >>> the warriors were off. they run at home . steevenz curry, we'll see if -- stephen curry, we'll see if he'll be playing tomorrow. >> oh,! >> formerly knowns ron artes, kobe bryant, look at the crossover. he's still got it. 26 point, 8 rebounds eight rebounds, lakers win their first of the year over the jazz. >>> lebron james doing his thing, and against those sets, lebron off the steal, soaring for the 1-handed jam. 26 rebounds, five assists. it's james again throwing it down. it's the heat, 115-107. so we'll see what happens
>> funding for overheard with evan smith is provided in part by hillco partners, texas government affairs consultancy and its global health care ccnsulting business unit, hilllo health. and by the mattson mchale foundation in support of and also by mfi foundation, improving the quality of llfe within our community. and also by the alice kleberg reynoldssfouudation and viewers like you. thank you. >> i've evan smith, he's a comedian, satirist, and new yorker contributor whose fake news website and accompanying social media extensions should be at the top of the most reads..3 his new book is the 50 funny jess writers, this is andy >>ropitz, overherd. >> i would do that when i wanted to get that -- that buzz you get from wwrking at the absolute top dollar -- [laughter] >> smith: andy borowitz, welcome. >> borowitz: thanks for >> smith: nice -- nice to have you here. can we start picking on the list? right away? right off the bat? >> borowitz: yes, yes. be combative please. >> smith: i will be absolutely combative. now i want to say before i &-introduction to the listou that it's not
the nation. according to the list, a san texas, has the nation's best economy. el paso, boston also made the top five. butd.c. area made the list, from number 6pped the list last year all the to number 17. >> that is fine. >> texas did well this year. be cold tonight, and clear. the temperatures are going to like iraq next week. -- a rock next week. we are expecting these lands to diminish. eight healthy breeze out there. -- a healthy breeze out there. these winds are diminishing. 31 right now in frederick county. 35 in the district. wind gusts as afternoon around 40 miles per hour. 49 and 41, the high and low of four today. average was 44 and 30. we will be well below that next week. numbers around the area right now. we are seeing are temperatures weregrees colder than they this time last night. a little bit of a warm-up well west. that will head in this direction. currente the temperatures. 39 in washington, 27 in pittsburgh. enough wind to drive those temperatures down. all because of low pressure penicillin across northern canada. -- bringing be pinwheeling across northern canada. h
-99 and 2006. they were buried alive on christmas day... now one texas family is thanking rescuers for saving their lives. when you see the pictures... it's hard to believe they were ever found. david higgens and his family left texas in their s-u-v and drove into new mexico... when their car got stuck in the snow.the family had food and water... but the snow was unrelenting... and the s-u-v became entombed... making it impossible to dig out.higgenn says they were able to make some cell phone contact..and tell rescuers an their approximate location...but finding them was difficult... and as one night..turned to two... the situation turned desperate. ((its one of those things you never wanted to say we both we knew we were in trouble ...all we cold say is we love ;you if its gods wiil its god will)) will)) rescuers finally rescued the family ... and higgens says they cannot thank them enough. a kansas man is being called a hero after saving two young girls from this icy pond christmas day.the 6 and 7 year old girls were playing on the pond when the ice gave way.bud brown saw
estuvo maravilloso. en pelÍculas texas muy diferentes, maravilloso. en pelÍculas americanas, perfectamente hablando en inglÉs y haciendo personajes diversos. entonces, esa es una gran ventaja que creo que tenemos ciertos actores. de ser versÁtiles. la vieja guardia que ya vamos pasando a la tercera guardia. >> cuando fue la Última vez que usted tuvo la oportunidad de hablar con el maestro? >> parece mentira, pero llevamos carreras diferentes. por cosas de la vida. hicimos una pelÍcula juntos que se llamÓ la virgen de guadalupe. ahÍ fue cuando platicamos. yo antes lo conocÍa, aunque muy poco, repito. pero sieme gustaban sus conceptos sobre la vida, su forma. donde entraba pedro se iluminaba todo con sus risas, sus plÁticas. era muy amplio en su forma de manifestarse. yo lo admirÉ mucho como admirÉ a su padre. yo siempre quise llevar una lÍnea como la de don pedro y siempre busquÉ por esa lÍnea mi carrera. a veces lograba con diferencias, pero otras cosas que llevÓ, muy en alto el nombre de su padre. fue ademÁs un arquitecto, estudioso. en fin,1 muchacho para m
feeding. moms are upset that a texas mom was hassled by target for nursing while christmas shopping. >> we want to come out in support of how she was treat and raise awareness for breast feeding in general. try to get people comfortable with getting it done in public. >> it is not just here in san jose, the company said that mothers are breast feeding in public areas without being made to feel uncomfortable. >> time to check back in on the weather. get ready for 2012. >> quite comfortable right now, across the board. not just inland. temperatures in the mid 50s, look at this beautiful sky, the golden gate bridge, many outside enjoying the nice weather. we have a lot of sunshine overhead. 56 in san jose. you can see what we have left in terms of showers, light, to the east of santa rosa. we will see another day with 60s down through the south bay. 61 in santa cruz, and conditions through tomorrow we will see a stronger off shore flow. expecting thick fog to develop, all day long. limited sunshine through thursday. we stop the clock at 9:00, continue that clock until 2:00  tomorrow, still d
new campaign ads. iowa caucuses are january 3. texas governor rick perry is ballot battle against to court. he is suing the state board of to get his name on the republican primary ballot. perry and newt gingrich did not have enough signatures to get on the ballot. the voting is march 6, which is "super tuesday." a rare look inside of north korea. a memorial for dictator kim jong ill. people lined the streets. kim jong un, -- escorted his body. >>> coming up on abc 7 news at noon. been on a lot of airplanes and stuff. stuff is about to happen. a spare on the runway. a pilot aborted takeoff without a moment to spare. then, making a statement about breast feeding. off proteststing popular store in our area. watch on the tape. customers of barely a tate -- escape and out of control police cruiser. all of that, and adam is back with the forecast. bring back the new heartbreaking details fireeing released in the killed five family members connecticut. and twosters died adults died. the sisters were trying to escape the home but were drawn heat and smoke. here is the 911 call that was b
, no exception. see you tomorrow. gregg: texas governor rick perry suing to get on virginia's premarry ballot. the republican presidential candidate saying his exclusion from that contest actually robs the voters of the state for a chance to vote for their candidate of choice. good morning, everyone of the i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer here in "america's newsroom.". >> i'm uma for martha maccallum gregg: for more own perry's efforts to overturn the decision. all eyes seem to be on iowa except rick perry's eyes focuses for the east coast. >> reporter: that's true, gregg. all the candidates crisscrossing the state of iowa in the homestretch for the iowa caucuses less than a week away now. look at the graphic which pinpoints the dizzying array of candidate stops in iowa. one candidate, texas governor rick perry of texas, turned his sights on the commonwealth of virginia where he and newt gingrich and three other candidates were excluded from the ballot because they did not get get the necessary 10,000 signatures to qualify. while newt gingrich likened it toe the pearl harbor attack, rick
in texas, but also to put a positive depiction on something that some americans might think is a social taboo. target stores were the target of a nationwide demonstration. mothers in the south bay showed up in full force to breast feed their babies inside. >> trying to get people to be more comfortable with seeing it done in public. >> we're talking to sex lize our body parts and it is really easy to think, you know, she is breast feeding that so that involves a breast and a bad thing to have. >> a texas mom had a humiliating experience at a target store last month and michelle refused to nurse her baby in a dressing room. >> they came and started to walk by and shake their heads and rolling their eyes. and shake their head, no, no, i'm doing something so horrible, i'm feeding my baby, here. >> she helped create a facebook page declaring a target nurse- in. the page has more than 6200 members. breast feeding moms are protected in california. the civil code says notwithstanding any other provision of law, a mother may breast feed her child in any location public or private. and other sho
texas to florida, another beautiful december day for you. just up there in the northern portions of the great lakes will be very cold. >> i want to be in miami, 72 degrees. that looks good. >>> sears stumbles, oil bubbles, and putting your foot in your mouth on facebook. >>> eight is great for the pats and niners. celtics can't stand the heat. the lakers get back on track. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. [ male announcer ] cranberry juice? wake up! ♪ that's good morning, veggie style. hmmm [ male announcer ] for half the calories -- plus veggie nutrition. could've had a v8. did you hear sam... promoted to director? so 12 seconds ago. we should get him a present. thanks for the gift basket. you're welcome. you're welcome. did you see hr just sent out new... rules? cause you're currently in violation of 6 of them. oh yeah, baby? ...and 7. did you guys hear that fred is leaving? so 30 seconds ago. [ noisemakers blow ] [ both ] we'll miss you! oh, facecake! there's some leftover cake. [ male announcer ] the new htc vivid. stay a step ahead with at&t 4g lte,
has risen to 12%. with time run being out the texas congressman is find -- running out the texas congressman is finding out the new ads are aimed at congress. >> the experience of balancing the budget is greatly needed in washington and i will take it there. >> if washington is the problem, why trust a congressman to fix it? reporter: rick santorum is hunting with iowa conservatives while newt gingrich is calling mitt romney a massachusetts liberal. >> i think it's an accurate description of who he. is. reporter: rick perry is trying to resurrect his profile. >> i am the fiscal conservative in this race. reporter: but with the new hampshire primaries just one week after these caucuses, the candidates are going after a particular block of iowa voters. >> evangelicals are so divided over who they support. reporter: jill lawrence, managing editor of politics for the national journal says evangelical christians, key in iowa and whoever wins them should win the caucus. >> it's heavily evangelicals and there are many evangelicals splitting the vote and there are many candidates tr
produjo la burbuja inmobiliaria. >> el aspirante presidencial republicano y actual gobernador de texas hablÓ del apoyo que le dio quien para los inmigrantes es el tristemente cÉlebre arpayo. es un tipo que sabe que se tiene que hacer para asegurar la frontera. ademÁsç alabÓ la forma en que habla a hombres y mujeres encargadas de hacer cumplir las leyes de la frontera en texas. >> autoridades mexicanas entregan la escalofriante revelaciÓn del capturado felipe cabrera. >> nuevo golpe a las bandas de narcotraficantes. >> comenzaron los funerales faraÓnicos del dictador norcoreano. al volver. esta tarde, en primer impacto.el aÑo 2011 que ya termina nos dejó iÁgenes espectaculares, captadas por aficionados y Ámaras de seguridad... reviva esas emocionecon un impactante recorrido visual!! # >> la secretario de defensa de mÉxico vinculÓ al reciÉn capturado felipe cabrera con por lo menos siete de las narcofosas descubiertas en durango. suman centenares los muertos encontrados. junto a otro grupo de delincuentes cercanos al chapo guzmÁn iniciÓ una pugna por el control de la
breast-feeding is 88 do or don't. one target paul e. in texas made a mother feel like breast- feeding was bad. a nurse in was held at target stores across the nation to support the mother and breast-feeding in public. >> we are not trying to show any one our body is about the comfort and health of the child. >> these mothers were told by strangers and shopkeepers said that they should not breast feed in public. >> they made me feel bad i cried and i felt embarrassed. >> we could not bring television cameras it to be nurse in and target officials say breastfeeding is ok and supported and they do not know what went wrong in texas. >> i think that people should be able to eat in public then she should not have to hide to breast feed her child. >> she says that there are far more offensive habits in today's culture. >> i have seen more cleavage on a woman walking down the street and you can see when i breastfeed. >> target officials say mothers can nurse wherever they wanted but there are fitting rooms for that purpose. >> coming not how you can play the lottery from the comfort of your h
was injured. they were buried alive on christmas day... now one texas family is thanking rescuers for saving theirrlives. when you see the pictures... it's hard to believe they were ever found. david higgees and his family left texas in their s-u-v and drove into new mexico... when their car goo stuck in the snow.the family had food and water... but the snow was unrelenting... and the s-u-v became entombed... making it impossible to dig out.higgens says they were able toomake some cell phone contact..and tell rescuers their approximate location...but finding them was ifficult... pnd as one night..turned to two... the situation turned desperate. ((its one of those things you never wanted to say we both we knew we were in trouble ...all we cold say is we love ;you if its godsswill its god will)) will)) rescuers finally dug the family out ... and higgens says they cannnt thank them beware of fake facebookers... lookiig to take your money! money!police say these scams are similar to the email scaas pleading for financial help. but in this case ... they're actually posing as one of
carl cameron following texas congressman ron paul today. good evening, carl. >> reporter: hi, shannon. front-runners have come and gone in the race. for months we said in the end it would come down to photo finish at the wire. now the polls suggest about 30 to 40% of iowa caucus goers are undecided and now comes the final sprint to find those who may still change their minds. iowa speedway, ron paul marveled as all the attention he got as front runner heading to the finish line in the presidential caucus. >> i am pleased to be here. this does look like there are more cameras than there used to be. >> reporter: the volatility of the iowa battle between paul and mitt romney is net today's poll. democratic leaning public policy poll has paul leading by 4%. cnn survey says romney leads. paul is second. rick santorum moved to third ahead of newt gingrich. santorum trashed ron paul for downplaying the threat of a nuclear iran. paul cast himself as incorruptible and slams his rivals in a new ad for the final iowa sprint. >> politicians who support bail-out, are serial hypocrites and flip-flo
of the syrian -- saying they're not seeing the real story. >>> and traveling to mexico after a texas family is gunned down in a holiday massacre. we'll explain. >>> it's 41 minutes after the hour. brad, where we going? just a second. just, just one second. ♪ what are you looking at? don't look up there. why are you looking up? ♪ get outta the car. get outta the car. ♪ are you ok? the... get in the car. get in the car! [ male announcer ] the epa estimated 42 mpg highway chevy cruze eco. from spending time together, to spending your lives together, chevy runs deep. >>> welcome back. >>> the bloody crackdown in syria continues this morning apparently right under the noses of arab lead monitors now in the country. visiting two new towns at center of the uprising. an opposition group says another 39 people were killed yesterday including two children. according to reuters the head of of the arab league says the situation in homs is reassuring so far. so what are they actually being allowed to see? mohammed jamjoom is monitoring from cairo. hello, mohammed. >> reporter: hello, ali. arab lea
to qualify for that state's primary ballot in march, the texas governor is the first to file suit. he's challenging the constitutional validity of virginia's law requiring 10,000 petition signatures from across the commonwealth. if he doesn't succeed, virginia republicans will have a choice of two when they go to the polls, mitt romney or ron paul. >>> north korea gave its dear leader a send-off today as only north korea can. the casket bearing kim jong-il who died 11 days ago made its way for three hours through a snowy pyongyang as north koreans wailed from the sidewalks. accompanying his hearse for the first few blocks was son and heir apparent kim jong-un. later we'll get perspective on the world's most secretive state. >>> despite the presence of arab lead monitors on the ground in syria there have been more deadly clashes. observers in the besieged city of homs came under fire as they were shown victims that witnesses say were killed by government security forces. viewers may find some of these pictures disturbing. witnesses say arab lead monitors were taken to a mosque to see t
. there will somebody activity there. >>> texas governor rick perry has filed a lawsuit fighting to get his name on virginia's primary ballot. 10,000 signatures from registered voters are required to get your name on the ballot there. perry submitted around 6,000. a perry spokesman calls the requirement unrealistic. newt gingrich, michelle bachmann and rick santorum also did not make the requirement. >>> iowa caucus voter will make their choice next tuesday. sherry ly has been watching the nominating race. >> reporter: the iowa caucuses are pivotal in the gop's 2012 presidential campaign. for the gop, it's bell weather for who remains in the race and could could drop out. mitt romney had been downplaying iowa but is now making a final push to fend off ron paul who joins him at the top of polls. plenty of vetter remain undecided which has another cppedz scrambling to get the votes. they are logging miles across the 99 counties trying to apell to the caucus goers who could make or break their campaigns. political insiders say evangelical christians are key and whoever wins those votes will win the
to be a happy holiday trip for a texas mother and her children visiting family in mexico. but the mother and two of her children were caught in the crossfire of a drug cartel war. her children watched as they were gunned down on a bus. >>> and president obama is still on his holiday vacation in hawaii. in case you're wondering, it's 76 degrees there today. he's pretty much staying out of the public eye this week except for one official duty and it involved four seaters. we'll explain. >>> intense wailing and sobbing during today's funeral for north korea's kim jong-il. it was an epic sprawling three hour event. in the details of the ceremony signs avenue power structure, dr. john park a research fellow joins us now to discuss the funeral and of course north korea's future. thank you so much for joining us, dr. park. what did you glean from these images because it was an opportunity to see the new power structure. >> absolutely. there's two main things that really struck me. the first was you got to see the resemblance of what is the leadership structure. you saw it in a very physical manifestati
someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: welcome back to "the five." "usa today" and gallup released the 2011 list for most interesting. hillary clinton, followed by oprah winfrey. michelle obama and sarah pali palin. and condoleezza rice coming in fifth. all right. greg? >> greg: who did they poll? you? did they go to the view? >> kimberly: joy behar. >> greg: i will take a page from obama noltebook and say i'm the most admired woman in america. no. i transcend gender. [ laughter ] [ over talk ] >> bob: you would be a democrat. gay, lesbian and transgender. >> greg: he said he supports the greatest president. i am the fourth best person here on "the five." >> kimberly: that is char charming. >> bob: no, no, no. >> kimberly: now the numbers are getting weird. we need a life force. >> bob: let me say this about hillary clinton. she has ha
as they are producing it cleanly in north dakota, and other lates, and they are shutting things down in west texas. >>dagen: do you think the president would turn his back on a pipeline? he has less than 60 days, and it would create potentially thousands of jobs. >>guest: i understand. it would. but he put off doing anything until the republicans in congress were pushing his hand on it. but look what the epa did just recently. they are going ahead with the requirements that are going to require coal plants all over the country to be closing down. losing jobs. coal miners out of work. you would think, gosh, that will cost thousands of jobs and he is more concerned keeping the left on his side. i hope he will go ahead and let keystone go through. we need the jobs and energy. that has not always dictated what he has done. >>dagen: congressman, great to see you. be well. you can come over to my house for dinner just for saying i am doing a good job. not a million in ads supporting this democratic senator could keep him in the race. get who he is teeing off on, today? >>dagen: the democratic senator be
the most. >> it's cold. >> new hampshire enjoys its spirits the most. >> it's cold. >> if you live in texas, deep south and mid atlantic with the exception of washington, you drink the least. >> have you been to a texas hoedown? i don't believe it's true. leave the hoes out of it and they still have fun. >> fancy cocktails are popular on both coasts and beer is in the middle. there you go. >> or just a night at my house. >>> still to come -- >> a jump on the competition. >> the year's best in style dos and don'ts. right after this. cheers. >>> with 2011 ticking down to a close, we thought it might be a good time to check in with cindy levy of "glamour" magazine. >> dos and don'ts, as well as what's making news in pop culture. hey, cindy. we are going to start with the dos. so the dos. you say shop your closet. michelle obama and kate are big at rewearing things. >> they are proud recyclers of their clothes. like the rest of us, you have a dress you like. you don't want to just wear it once. you want to wear it over and over again. >> they mix it up. >> they do. they change accessories and s
for the texas family in this suv almost turns tragic. how they were saved after being trapped in the snow for two dayless. -- for twodays. -dad, why are you getting that? -that's my cereal. is there a prize in there? oh, there's a prize, all right. is it a robot? no. is it a jet plane? nope. is it a dinosaur? [ laughs ] [ male announcer ] inside every box of heart healthy cheerios are those great tasting little o's made from carefully selected oats that can help lower cholesterol. stickers? uh-uh. a superhero? ♪ kinda. [ male announcer ] and we think that's the best prize of all. ♪ >>> a california congresswoman has introduced a bill that she says will promote gender equity at fire stations. it would allow women to apply for grants to go toward women's restrooms, showers and changing facilities. the bill says most fire departments were designed with only male firefighters in mind. women account for fewer than 4% of the firefighters nationwide. >>> a texas family is celebrating what its calling a christmas miracle after the three of them spent two days buries in the snow. now they are
-"time" survey found mitt romney leading now, with 25%. texas congressman ron paul had 22%, after a recent surge. former pennsylvania senator rick santorum polled 16%-- three times what he had a month ago. and, newt gingrich slumped nearly 20 points in recent weeks to 14%. new turmoil erupted across syria today, as the presence of arab league peace monitors failed to stop the violence. activists reported security forces killed at least six people in the city of hama and there was word of new shootings in homs, as well. we have a report narrated by cordelia lynch of "independent television news." >> reporter: gunfire on the streets of hama as the army shoots at demonstrators. "freedom will be forever," they cry as teargas is thrown at them. closeby in homs, the monitors sent to observe are forced to dodge bullets. shortly after, their leader stated nothing frightening was happening there. but in the same city they're led as they step outside a clear view of the tanks so publicly withdrawn. yet, the protesters keen to peacefully demonstrate have little faith in the ability of the observers. >> ( t
caucuses are --according to the american research group -- texas congressman ron paul has a slight lead over romney and gingrich.others -- such as rick perry -- rick santorum -- and michelle bachmann -- aren't counting themselves out and continue to barnstorm across the state.i'm greg black reporting. nationally ... a poll released tuesday has gingrich up by one point over romney ... 25 percent to 24.ron paul is in third with 11 percent and rick perry holds 8 percent.earlier this month gingrich held double digit leads over the rest of the field. north koreans said their final goodbyes to their leader... kim jong the're looking at pictures of a massive ceremony...his successor, kim jong un, has taken a front and central role in the procession.. walking alongside his father's body. after ruling since 1994.. kim jong il died of a heart attack less than two weeks ago.. at age 69. we now know what killed rrpper and actor heavy d last month.a coroner's report says the 44 year old entertainer died of a blood clot in his lung and other conditions. heavy d became famous in 19-91
's great, though. let's get to the headlines and tell you what is happening in news. texas governor rick perry fighting back after virginia left him off their ballot for the primary. he has filed a lawsuit in federal court in an attempt to get his name on their march 6th primary ballot. former entering newt gingrich also missed the ballot. both men they say failed to collect enough ballot signatures. and caucus people have arrived in iowa to occupy the campaign headquarters from now until next tuesday's caucus. the and 20 for mitt romney's red quarters and one nor rick santorum. even in that race he want get more. and a mexican-american teenager, friends and family holding a vigil for 18-year-old alexis moron in chicago. he was found dead inside of a trunk of a burned out car. he was in mexico to visit his girlfriend. friends and family say they are still in shock. >> it is depressing. we just can't get over it. it's a terrible, terrible death. >> he had everybody happy and made everybody smile and he's just going to leave a big hole in everyone's part. >> they usually travel with him to
. >>> an injured model in texas is making remark l strides after accidentally walking into an airplane propeller. she spent christmas surrounded by loved ones. >> the creator of lolo magazine was able to shower on her own. last night, a large group of supporters gathered to raise money to pay her medical bills. ellen goldberg reports. >> this family has an amazing fight. >> reporter: most people here never met lauren scruggs but are touched by her fight to live. >> we pray. this is how it came about. >> reporter: this is a fund-raiser for the 23-year-old model and fashion blogger. she walked into a rotating plane propeller. the accident claimed her left hand and eye. >> the entire story is a miracle. the way she looks physically is miraculous. god has done great things to heal her body. >> reporter: she's returning to her spunky self and requesting her favorite foods during long rehab sessions. >> typically, when i'm not feeling well, i want junk food. she wants kale and brussel sprouts and sweet potatoes. >> i'm left speechless. it's so amazing how well she's doing. >> we love you, lauren. >> r
that when you ask someone in texas if they want "big" savings on car insurance, it's a bit like asking if they want a big hat... ...'scuse me... ...or a big steak... ...or big hair... i think we have our answer. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >> now traffic pulse 11 and insta-weather plus together. >> a few things to watch for. let's get you up to date. a problem spot on eastbound 50 just past ritchie highway. the right lane is still blocked. this one looks like it is clear, at joppa road at harford road. we are tracking some closures in fallston. avoid that intersection if you can peer roberts street remains closed in the city and madison avenue. 50 at ritchie highway, we still have activity. the left lane is getting by. they have blocked a light so perhaps they are in the process of trying to wrap that up. this is old court road on the west side. no delays on the entire beltway this morning. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. thank you appeared dusty wi. light snow showers through the morning. we expect a high around 43 in baltimo
be hidden. >> today's protest is in response to what happened to this texas woman. >> i had this big blanket over me. >> she was nursing her son at a houston targets in late november when she was harassed by store employees. >> they started walking by and shaking their heads. they were rolling their eyes. what i am doing something so horrible. >> one worker threatened to have recited for indecent exposure. the nursing moms started a facebook page with 6000 members. nursing in public is every woman's right. >> when you get the nerve to feed them in public, it feels really good. to have someone tell users should not do that, it sucks. >> anything that -- anyone who has a problem with that is ignorant. >> 45 states and washington d.c. allowed women to breast feed in public. that includes texas. target issued this statement -- we are reporting live in alexandria. >> do you think stores to be able to ban breast feeding in public areas? we ask that question on our website and facebook page. you can go to our facebook page if you would like to join in on the conversation. >>> how about some convers
other. >> texas governor rick perry his campaign filed a lawsuit challenging virginia's balata rule after he failed to qualify for the primary ballots in march. >> we want to be on the ballot . we think there is some conflict from the standpoint of being able to get on the ballot. we will get it worked out. >> former house speaker newt gingrich also failed to get on the virginia ballot. pieces that he will wage a write-in campaign, but virginia bans write-ins on a primary ballot. >>> nebraska senator ben nelson says that he will retire at the end of his current term. the 70-year-old democrat was facing a tough republican challenge. the gop needs to gain only four senate seats to take control of both chambers of congress. >>> the death toll in afghanistan climes. preserve its members died tuesday when a roadside bomb exploded in an eastern province. no other details have been released so far. -- nato said that some service members died on tuesday. >>> the pentagon says having a parade for iraq veterans while still have troops in afghanistan would send the wrong message. >>> it is 43
, the texas congressman, if he were to win the republican nomination. listen. >> i think it's very difficult to see how you would engage in dealing with ron paul's as a nominee. >> get precise. >> given the newsletters which he has not yet disowned. >> you could not vote for ron paul. >> i would have to go a long way to have him explain himself. i think it would be very difficult to see today ron paul as a republican nominee. >> what would you do if the choice were ron paul or barak obama. >> i think you'd have a very hard choice. >> what would you do? >> i don't know, but i think barak obama is very destructive to the future of the united states. i think ron paul's views are totally outside the mainstream of virtually every decent american. >> newt gingrich there. will his sharp words cost him points with the party faithful? earlier he had vowed not to turn negative against fellow republicans because it would only strengthen barak obama, so we'll see in the latest polling whether or not the strategy is working for newt gingrich, the former speaker of the house. >>> do stay with cnn for exte
the economy. >>> then the search for answers after a texas family is gunned down during a holiday visit to mexico. >>> and at 11:45 eastern presidential candidate rick perry makes an about face on a controversial conservative topic. >>> the economic outlook for the country may be a bit brighter, at least not as gloomy. in a survey by "cnn money" economists are a bit more optimistic than they were a few months ago. alison kosik is at the new york stock exchange with more. what are the economists saying about the risk of another recession? >> natalie, in this survey that you're talking about of 20 top economists, they're dialing back their concerns about a new recession. in fact, they're putting their chances of another recession at 20%. believe it or not, that's better than what they were predicting two months ago when they gave it a 30% chance. things looking a little brighter. natalie? >> a little bit is better than the alternative. what are they saying about their expectations for economic growth in the new year? >> okay. so their consensus is actually for 3.3% economic growth in this
. perry is not going to be the nominee either. so the fact that this is probably playing better in texas than it is in southeastern -- >> that's perry's last stand. >> how does gingrich have to do in iowa, hillary? >> you know he has to do well. he doesn't have to win, but he has to at least come in i think second to stay in this. but you know, we're going to go into new hampshire in a week, after iowa, then south carolina a week later, florida a week after that. gingrich is doing very well in south carolina and florida right now. but the primaries tend to have a sort of momentum factor. and people had a lot of expectations for gingrich essentially as the viable anti-romney candidate. if ron paul ends up winning iowa, i frankly think that iowa gets dismissed and it all just moves to the next three caucuses. to really determine it. >> we'll be there again in four years, i think, because it's just what we do. but this reminds me very much of the thompson campaign four years ago, hilary, of which i was a member, where we came in third just barely beating out john mccain. it wasn't quite bad
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